Haute Author Kaye Holland
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Roti Chai offers an authentic Indian experience worth braving the Oxford Street crowds for, writes Kaye Holland
Cast aside any preconceptions of musicals (and Michael Ball) that you might have. Director Jonathan Kent’s revival of Stephen Sondheim’s gorgeously grisly musical – based on the 1973 play, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, by Christopher Bond – is a million miles away from the bubblegum musicals that permeate the rest of the West End.
Want a slice of la dolce vita? Here’s where to find the best pizzas in town…
The Bombay Brasserie, in salubrious South Kensington, has remained a firm fixture on London’s fine dining scene since it first opened its doors back in 1982 and following a recent makeover, it’s easy to understand why: expect high ceilings, plush furnishings and stunning chandeliers in the opulent dining room and armchairs and walls adorned with pictures of the Raj in the adjoining bar cum conservatory.
Love your sushi and sashimi? You’re in the right city. London has a love affair with sushi and chances are wherever you find yourself, you’ll never be far from a restaurant serving the Japanese delicacy. Here are five of the best in town…
Restaurants come and go but Manson has remained a firm fixture on the Fulham Road dining scene.
If you see one show this year, make it Matilda, says Kaye Holland
One of London’s best loved landmarks has been returned to Leicester Square, reviving a sight and sound that has given pleasure to million of Londoners.
Caprice Holdings, the owners of iconic restaurants Le Caprice and The Ivy, has opened a new steak restaurant off Grosvenor Square, in the heart of Mayfair.
London loves a pop up – a bar, restaurant or retail outlet that occupies an unused building for a brief period of time. Haute Living London lets you in on three pop ups that are rocking our world right now